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Question Burton Custom Flying V - 160 or 163?

Hey,

Need some quick internet consulting......

Just bought this years custom flying v in a 160, but debating whether I should take it back for the 63.

I weigh 220, weight range on the 60 is 195lbs max. On the 63 is 205lbs. Last board was last years 161 attack banana, i found it a bit stiff and wanted something a little more playful hence the switch. Also dont want something that is going to wash out on me or be too loose on the hard stuff, and so thinking of exchanging for the 163. I never ride park, but like hittin natural features and ripping through trees.

Anyone ridden both the 160 and 163? or have any thoughts on how weight would affect the performance?

Gotta figure it out today...Fernie is getting violated by the snow gods right now and she is crying tears of pillowy powder.

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